For many fans of Formula One, the sport exists between lights and chequered flag on a Sunday afternoon. It begins and ends with the exploits of the drivers on the track. But this is merely the tip of the spear. The reality of modern F1 is that of a complex and intertwined operation, every part of which needs to perform near its limit if success is to be achieved. From the pit crew searching for the ultimate repeatable pit stop, to the inspiration of the designers, the application of engineers and the herculean efforts of an army of fabricators and machinists. Much of our success is thanks to the diversity of thought and spectrum of skill sets held within the team, our ability to recognise unique contributions from individual team members is just a part of why we love what we do.
Red Bull Powertrains are currently seeking an experienced Quality Engineer to join the team and replicate the success within the newly established area of the business.
This role will be responsible for providing Quality Engineering support across the entire Supply Chain Group, specifically for Red Bull Powertrains. Ensuring that individuals within the group have appropriate and practical capabilities to deliver their Quality objectives.
The Quality Engineer role will support the ‘Path to Race’ NPI process by ensuring that risks are understood and mitigated thus ensuring assembly of quality parts. You will also assist the group in ensuring that parts are produced to the correct specification, with the ultimate goal of improved efficiencies. It is a role which will be deeply embedded in our Continuous Improvement culture.
This will be a challenging and busy role and will require effective teamworking and communication skills, a systematic approach, initiative, and problem-solving abilities. The successful candidate will most importantly have a passion for achieving Quality products and the ability to motivate others within the business and the wider Supply Chain to deliver to a constantly exceptional level.
Applicants should have a strong mechanical background in power unit manufacture (Formula 1 preferred but not essential) and must be able to demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of design requirements. Relevant experience within a high precision and high-pressured manufacturing environment is a requirement. The successful candidate will also need to have a strong understanding of the following Quality Tools: SPC, MSA, Gauge R&R, RCCA and FMEA’s along with a proven track record of using these skills within power unit manufacturing environments along with a solid understanding of Metrology principles and measurement techniques/ equipment.
Not only is this a fantastic Quality Engineer role, it is also a fantastic team to work for. A good salary is just the start, there are many other benefits too such as bonus, health care, company contributed pension, on site gym, childcare vouchers, free food, cycle to work scheme.
Job Posting End Date
Mon, 9 May 2022